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a $75 prepaid card. >> finally this week, the war against girls in china, india and numerous countries. there are now many more men than women. the result of systemic campaigns against baby girls. the document and gender imbalance in a controversial new book called unnatural selection. choosing boys over girls and the consequences of a world full of men. jonathan last, a senior writer at the weekly standard reviewed the book for the wall street journal and generated crows of his own and joins me now, jonathan, welcome, glad to have you here. >> good to be here, paul. >> paul: so you write that the normal ratio of baby boys to baby girls is 105-100 in normal biology, but in places like india ratio 112 and in china over 120 and even more in some villages. why is this happening? >> well, it's all about sex selective abortion. in nature, the sex balance occurs between where between 104 and 106, boys per girl. and because typically boys do dangerous things as they grow up and don't live as long and mother nature adapted over time and need a few more boys than girls at birth. when you see bi
. there are questions if she'll be able to testify. >> those bombings last week in india. hillary clinton had a trip planned there. she's still going ahead with that trip? >> yeah, we understand this is a key trip for secretary clinton. it comes less than a week after a series of explosions in mumbai that left 19 dead and about 100 injured. she says it's more important than ever that we stand with india. no one has claimed responsibility for those blasts. and counterterrorism measures are set to be high on clinton's agency during the three-day trip. she's likely going to press for better ties between india and pakistan, right next door. that relationship has been shaky for some time. clinton will also focus on economic ties. as you know, india has a $1.6 trillion economy. it's quite vital for india and the u.s. to have good economic relationships. >> big economy and a growing economy. thanks very much, check in with you later. >>> carter evans live here in new york. he's at the nasdaq market site. good to see you, how are futures shaping up? we look to big news from wall street. wall street's got to
to hospitals. we know in the last few minutes, india's highest security force, the nfg, which is the national security guard, that they have been deployed and they will be reaching the sites of the explosions as well. we have learned recently that improvised explosive devices were used in all three explos n explosio explosions. one of the explosions went off on a car, one on a motorbike, and a commander team is on their way at the moment. >> do we know who is responsible for these bombings? >> reporter: we do not. we absolutely do not know that at the moment, and the government is being very careful at the moment not to say too much. they have not even declared these terrorists attacks as of now. they have jumped on it, we have seen flashes across all the local channels that someone strikes mumbai once again. we have to repeat and make clear that the government has not categorized this as a terrorist attack yet. at the moment, nobody is speculating about who might be behind these attacks. it's still too early, and at the moment they're just focusing on getting people to hospitals, getting pe
a family of five at a popular picnic spot in india. >>> and howling habub. a giant wall of dust rolls through phoenix for a second time in nearly two weeks. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> hello, and good morning. i'm lynn berry. today we begin with london calling. news corp. chief rupert murdoch and his son along with former chief executive rebecca brooks will face tough questioning this morning before lawmakers in england. this is the development in the growing phone hacking scandal that seems to be changing by the hour. nbc's jim maceda is live for us in london right outside parliament with all the details. jim, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, lynn. well, all eyes will be on a small room inside that parliament building just big enough for about 40 or so spectators, but there will be overflow rooms with tvs. this is must see tv today for all of britain and elsewhere. as one politician here put it, the three musketeers of the murdoch media empire and that phone hacking scandal will appear later today. now, they'll be grilled by ten members of a selec
areas. >>> we are following developments out of india where the death toll from a train derailment has been rising by the hour. the number of dead is up to 67 as they continue to pull bodies from the wreckage. more than 100 were injured when the train jumped the traction in eastern india. >>> leann panetta is in iraq today. he arrived yesterday after an unannounced visit to afghanistan. he visited the combat support hospital before addressing troops. today he will meet with troops and government leaders. iraqi police say three rockets hit baghdad's green zone during the visit. no casual list were reported. >>> south sudan now has the first president. he took the oath of office in the country that officially separated from the northern portion of sudan at the end of june. besides setting up a new government, he has to deal with border disputes and paying for oil. >>> hundreds waited to sign a book of remembrance to betty ford. gerald ford's museum is in grand rapids. there will be a private service in palm desert, california. that's where the
and later on married a bad when women from india to pakistan and then came back to america. marion -- her parents refused to let her take this back home because it was she would just go to the library after school every day a dozen times. and i littermate mohammed sidon who teaches in new york city and says he gets so many letters from people looking to him for guidance because they read his father spoke. the egyptian singer she would later record with all the windows of her parents apartment open so she could watch people in the suburban lawn below. so she had this kind of uncanny fascination and obsession with arab culture, you know, middle eastern culture. >> so, deborah paints a picture of this child who is swimming against the tide, a life with ideas and business that to the place and time she finds herself to such a painful degree that she herself described a friend mice, isolated environments and her parents home. she's thrown out at two colleges. we're not quite sure why. she is stuck and unhappy. and through the letters andrew tepper's writing, we readers become anxious to know w
empires in india and stuff like that. and so there was this social impact. and at the time, i think what we saw was a very, very deep impact on our society by these darwinian ideas. everything from national socialist and throughout argued the neoclassic economics have thumb imprint of darwinian thinking, particularly as mediated through the likes of herbert. so as i was beginning to look at the process that created us, and we read dolphins chain can we read darwin and perhaps we were selfish shortsighted, ruthless entities forged by an amoral and utterly cruel process. this give me hope it may not necessarily be the idea. i at the age of 90. at the age of 80, he was still writing in the fact i would argue his most important work was published in 1904 and his eighth decade and that's the title page they arecoming to study the results of scientific research in relation to the unity or plurality of worlds. very, very strange title and deed. but what this book really is is a summary of wallace's understand a note what the evolutionary mechanism had created. he wasn't like darwin. he wasn't i
was killed as well as the train conductor and four passengers. >>> in india today people are searching for survivors after an express train derailed killing 67 people, and many more are still missing tonight. it's not yet known why the train jumped the tracks in northern india, but it appears the driver did apply the emergency brakes. meanwhile, investigators say a second train derailment hundreds of miles to the northeast was caused by a remote controlled bomb. that derailment injured another 100 people. it's not clear at this point if the two derailments are connected. >>> and in russia, at least two people are dead and more than 100 others are missing and feared dead after a tourist boat sank in the volga river in western russia. dozens of children are among the missing tonight. around 80 people have been rescue, mote by another tourist boat that happened to pass by. one says two cargo ships passed by earlier and did not help. 188 people were believed to be on board the 56-year-old boat the "bulgarian" when it sank during a thunderstorm. it was shuttling mostly russian tour is up th
strauss-kahn. >>> plus a hindu temple in india. you'll be amazed by what they found in the basement. >>> first, scott pelley has a preview of tonight's "cbs evening news." >> they helped win the race to space. but now, they're losing their jobs. the final flight of the space shuttle means the end of a career for many nasa workers, from astronauts to mechanics. where do they go from here? find out tonight, on the "cbs evening news." ♪ [ female announcer ] we all want cleaner laundry. we all want a world with fewer chemicals. we all want the best of both worlds. introducing all free clear oxi-active. a powerful new detergent without dyes or perfumes that helps get out your toughest dirt and stains. its added natural cleaning boosters help get your whole family's wash incredibly clean. tough on stains. gentle on skin. new all free clear oxi-active. tough on stains. foto be theres a calling for the veterans who protect our freedoms working with today's va i can use my license anywhere in the u.s. in the city or the wide open spaces it's amazing how you can grow as a doctor a nurse a p
optimistic about india. it thinks it can sell a lot of mining equipment this because of coal mining. and it's also very bullish on latin america. >> tom: it's our mid west bureau chief tonight from chicago, diane os strks erbroork. >> you're welcome tom. >> tom: in addition to caterpillar, three more big multi-national companies reported earnings. general electric saw profits up 21% while sales picking up in china and india. earnings were better than expected and the company is sticking with its forecast for double digit growth this year. another global conglomerate, honeywell had a 40% jump in profits, earnings were better than expected thanks to its aerospace electronics business. honeywell called the global industrial outlook very good. and the golden arches see green. mcdonald's second quarter profit was up 15% as it successfully raises prices to make up for higher commodity prices. mcdonald's shot up more than 2%. the best gain in the dow industrials putting it at an all-time high today. and with that, let's get to the market focus. with all those big companies and dow components repo
no reports on what started the fire. the death toll from one of india's worst train accidents has now climbed to at least 64 more than 350 people were injured yesterday when the train derailed in northern india authorities say the train jumped the tracks when the engineer pulled the emergency brake to avoid having some cows on the tracks several cars piled on top of each other and one was from several feet from the rest of the train the death toll is expected to climb is more dictums get pulled from the wreckage >>a least 55 people and no confirmed dead after an overloaded ship sank in russia a pleasure cruise was on the volga river yesterday when it started to go down passengers say it happened so quickly the crude and have time to pull out lifeboats off some passengers jumped into the water. there were about 200 people on board at the time including several children but chip capacity was at 150 russian authorities said that the ship did have a license to carry passengers in its left engine was damaged about 80 passengers have been rescued but others are still missing. >>registrati
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most at risk are the arab world, subsaharan africa, and subcontinental india. what are the challenges in each of these regions in particular? why are we highlighting these? >> well, india, if you look at the indian subcontinent, the population is 1.4 billion, same as china, which includes bangladesh and pakistan of it. it's a lot of people in a small area, but they're running out of water, particularly in india. they're overpumping their aquefers, their wells are running dry. and they're projected to grow by 1 million people in the years ahead. subsaharan africa has morelan l, but its population is growing very fast, and it doesn't have the resources to develop the productivity of the land fully. so that's the problem there. and the hunger and malnutrition in the world is concentrated in the indian subcontinent and subsaharan africa. >> do you think the rest of the world -- there's been a big call from the u.n. to say, we need to help these people. is there help available in the rest of the world with the economy teetering the way it is? a lot of countries saying we'd like to help. bu
. >> barbara starr at the pentagon, thank you. >>> a group of hindus say they need to be flown to india to be cleansed after a restaurant mistakenly serves them meat and they want the restaurant to pay for it. >>> young people, singers, actors, entrepreneurs becoming part of million dollar empires. it's hard to remember what made some of them famous. is this the age of the millennial mogul? super job, they're backed by the superguarantee®? only superpages®. wherever you are, wherever you're going, you'll find the super business you need. so next time, let the good guys save the day. get the superguarantee®, only at superpages®. in the book ... on your phone or online. to your kids' wet skin. new neutrogena® wet skin kids. ordinary sunblock drips and whitens. neutrogena® wet skin cuts through water. forms a broad spectrum barrier for full strength sun protection. wet skin. neutrogena®. >>> if you want to learn something, listen to this next story. 16 hindus in new jersey want to be flown to an india town at the source of a river and wants a restaurant in edison, new jersey to pay
, mary. >> this may be a little can bit after controversial miss. i'm giving a miss to the india officials after the terrible triple bombing in mumbai this week. they've seen five terror attacks, since the mid '90s, serious ones and indian politicians did little more than to say they try to do better next week and the indian citizens need to expect more attacks in the neighborhoods because they're in a bad one. this doesn't inspire confidence. they don't just to fight the war on terror, but fight of ideas. . >> paul: james. >> a miss to the governor of minnesota they think to cut off the beer supplies. the company who make millers and coors, were unable to get the licenses approved because the agency was closed. but the agency enforcing the licenses were open because it's essential. makes you wonder how essential the government is. >> i'm sure a lot of minnesotaens are saying that. >> a hit to mcdain's, a restaurant in pennsylvania, adults have the right to eat in peace and no one under six. some are saying it's violating kids rights. theres' something about my generation, and i'
, and in india. so we took a year each. >> so a career is not everything. what has been most difficult about living alone since her untimely death? >> the sense of loss. no matter what you say -- it has nothing to do with faith. i believe in god. i believe she is fine. i believe she is in gods hands, all of that, but bishop pike some people would remember here. a friend of the family has told me that when he died, somebody said, well, he's with god. mrs. pike said very honestly, i am fine about him being with god, but not now. i want him with me. well, that's what you have. >> every day i miss her greatly. i say to my kids that i have theology, because i was supposed to say what would jesus do. and i say, what would my wife do? she is very much part of me. to think about what she would do in some situations that come up in the appellant to myself. >> will be right back. i want to say a word about your book on forgiveness. >> back with dr. james ayres -- james emerson. forgiveness, the key to the creative life, is your book. you can probably get it online. you tell me about this. jim dobbs i
leaves dozens of people dead and more than 100 injured in india a train jumped the tracks when the driver pulled an emergency brake, authorities fear the death toll will rise as rescue workers make their way to the wreckage, and a separate earlier incident 50 people were injured in an explosion on the tracks, in drilled for cars. >> the space shuttle atlantis docked at the international space station at 10:30 a.m. chicago time, this is the 12th and final time that atlantis will be hooked up with the i s s. they will spend more than one week transferring equipment and supplies, they are also collecting a pump, the atlantis mission which began on friday and is supposed to be 12 days long but net shot nasa officials say they may now stretch it an extra day before returning to earth. >> such as catherine and prince william are heading home after their tour of u.s. and canada, on the final day of the north american trip the run newlyweds visited the city childrens' our program in the skid row neighborhood of los angeles. later on the royal couple attended job fair for u.s. military veterans
a temple in india. who should benefit from the riches? that is next. >>> we're only ten minutes away now, and this is new york, and this is in manhattan where the first same-sex marriages are to be performed at the clerks offices around the city are set to take place ten minutes from now pap lot of the couples, hundreds of them have been lining up for the last several hours for this day, one they have been waiting on for quite sometime. stay with us. ♪ let me do a few tricks ♪ some old and then some new tricks ♪ ♪ i'm very versatile ♪ so let me entertain you ♪ and we'll have a real good time ♪ [ male announcer ] with beats audio and flash, you can experience richer music and download movies straight to the new hp touchpad with webos. to your kids' wet skin. new neutrogena® wet skin kids. ordinary sunblock drips and whitens. neutrogena® wet skin cuts through water. forms a broad spectrum barrier for full strength sun protection. wet skin. neutrogena®. it all happened so fast. it was clearly too late for me to do anything as my mercedes collision system automatically kicke
with the bric countries, brazil, russia, india and china. the last two india and china have in the last five years both ranked among the top 40 most improved countries in terms of easing the leaguetory burden on the business class. >> they embark on program of deregulation but they have a lot left. i suspect they will continue to be on a deregulatory track. >> reporter: in 2010, and fifth consecutive year, the business survey that ranks 183 economies in terms of the regulatory burden found singapore to be the world's friendliest regulatory environment, followed by hong kong, new zealand, united kingdom and then the united states. this fifth place ranking represented decline for the u.s. that ranked third in 2009 and saw america bucking a worldwide trend. >> the trend has seen 85% of the worleconomy over the last five years take steps to make it easier for local entrepreneurs to operate. last year, 61 councilmembers fared better in the u.s. because of tax burden on the owners. >> regulatory burden that the united states poses on the business class, where do we fall in ranking of the industria
in mumbai india the attacks took place during rush hour in congested areas of india's financial capital each explosion within minutes of each other one near a train station the other an opera house and finally a large market the bombings stirring memories of the 2008 mumbai attacks that killed 164 people. reports president obama abruptly walked out of a meeting with congressional leaders over raising the debt ceiling saying he had reached his limit the president became angry when republicans changed their position now wanting several short-term deals on the debt ceiling between now and next year's auction. republicans say tempers were flaring the united states could go into partial default if the debt ceiling is not raised by august second. already a bit of a jolt for the white house from investors services which says it has already begun a review of america's credit rating. childhood obesity on the rise as kids' meals are getting a makeover restaurant chains stepping up to make it easier for kids to eat healthy story >> parents can easily keep kids diets when keeping it at home but when d
with new hotel bid alerts, from priceline. >>> welcome backing to "american morning." all enemies of india possible suspect this morning after three bomb blasts rocked the country's largest city during rush hour yesterday. 18 people were killed. that's down from 21. and now yesterday, 131 are wounded. officials say these attacks were coordinated by terrorists. but there have been no arrests. india is denying that they were -- missed any warning signs. >> the fact the blasts took place within minutes of each other, separated by eight to ten minutes, shows that it was a coordinated terror attack. >> today's attack is the first in mumbai since the 2008 terror siege that left 164 people dead. >>> to a cnn exclusive. a cnn crew caught in the cross fire in libya. they p ended up in the middle of a battle for a town the rebels lost and then retook in a five-hour fire fight and are lucky they made it out thereof. take a look. >> you guys! wait! [ bleep ]. >> get in there! [ bleep ]. >> wait! wait! >> get in! >> wait! >> i'm in. >> okay. calm down. [ bleep ]. >> we are leaving this area. there's gu
the names and addresses on petitions were sent to other countries. including india. >> who know what is they did with it. >> that radio ad is from californians against identity theft. they are warning the public about -- keep some issues away from voters like antiunion measures. >> what you are being asked to sign is your name and address. for many people that is in the phone book already. >> the man behind the ads say they are designed to stop antiunion initiatives. >>> u.s. immigration immigrants have raid the the university of northern virginia. northern virginia is an unaccredited for profit college with mostly students from india. the school has 30 days to conform with federal rules over student visas. no one has been arrested. and northern virginia remains open. >>> last january immigration agents rated a school that had a similar business model. the government called trivalley university sham university. authorities accused schools admitting foreign students and collecting tuition while not requiring them to attend classes. the school was shut down over allegations of visa fra
india. now the top court is ordering a curator to protect and preserve the underground treasure controversy. >> reporter: this is in southern india. it's a hindu temple that many extraordinarily popular. one local lawyer worried about the security. he filed a claim and they brought in a new security team. made a sweep, and what did they find? they find six vaults that have not been opened since the 16th century. when they opened up those vaults, what does it looks like? it has bags of diamond. 18-foot gold necklace. 42 pieces of precious gems and statues of gods and goddesses. those gods and goddesses were encrusted in diamond. so far five of the sick vaults have been opened up. the early estimate saying this thing could be anywhere from $22 billion to $220 billion. some of those people there believe that all that should go to the government. they should take that money and help the people who are poor in india. others say do not give it to the government. we should make that a museum. and apparently the indian supreme court decided that's exactly what they should do with it. so
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in india. a huge story there. in spain shall the injuries are filing up on this day four of the running of the bulls. as we go around the world in 80 seconds. india, an express train derailed, killing at least 31 people and injuring more than 100 others. rescue workers dragging victims from the wreckage. officials say caused the crash, yet it be determined. colombia, a series of attacks by the revolutionary armed forces of colombia and also known as bars, killing one police officer and injuring 11 others and hitting two southeastern cities with bombs and opening fire on one small town. president santos saying the attacks, quote, show the cruelty and desperation. china, rescue crews saving two workers from a collapsed coal mine in a southern region. the workers brought to the surface using a mining car after being buried 100 feet underground and media reporting ma reporting others have died. the day four of the palm lone -- pm palm plona running of the bulls. this was clocked in two and a half minutes and the renowned festival dates back to the 13th century. that's a wrap on this fox tri
worked through the night to find victims of a catastrophic train derailment in northern india. 6 people were killed and other people could still be trapped in the wreckage. the cause is under investigation, but newspaper reports in india say the driver slammed on the emergency brakes to avoid hitting cattle on the tracks. >>> so it is monday, it's off to work for the shuttle "atlantis." astronauts who are delivering a year's worth of food, clothes and supplies to the international space station. nasa is carefully mondayer tito piece of space junk that could come close to the spacecraft on tuesday. >>> the box office this weekend, "transformers" bringing in $47 million. "horrible bosses" came in second with $28.1 million. and "zookeeper" is third. and one good smith lets you know that apparently love is in the air. who knew. we're not just talking puppy love either because four-legged couples tied the knot in lima, peru, even sealing the deal with their paw prints on marriage documents. all right. that is just adorable. it is now four minutes past the hour. back out to ann and savannah.
india, china, and russia are making big strides in their space program. randall? >> terrell brown at the kennedy space center. thanks, terrell. >>> let's get more now on this morning's historic landing from cbs's space consultant bill harwood. good morning, bill. >> good moving, randall. >> the shuttle comes to an end after three decades. what in your opinion have been the most significant accomplishments? >> you know, when you look back over the 30 years the shuttle has been operating, it's hard to pin down any one thing. they demonstrated the use of a reusable spacecraft, the only one ever built and this was the only spacecraft that ever gave anyone a chance to go work on the satellite, retrieve it as we saw with the hubble space telescope, the ability to repair it and turn it into one of the world's premier observatories. i think all the mechanisms they did to make it work will be the remembered as the hallmark of the shuttle program, plus, randall, the sheer grandeur of watching it take off, the sheer rocket boosters and fire and thunder will be things people will miss for yea
should drink. i heard a book by an indian that is india indian and not native american and saying you're not sick, you're thirsty. >> we do recommend eight or nine glasses of water a day. >> really for helping process your food, detoxifying, not for hydration. >> i think water's very important. >> yeah, well, we do talk about that. >> i think a liter before 10:00 in the morning. >> there's a whole chapter on that. >> early detection of cancer's quite fascinating, this book has fascinating -- i'm not trying to sell the book i just find here with the current interests that i've discovered in some programming that i was doing that antioxidant advances, free radical defenses, enzymes and antiobjection i dances, mark grossman, to what extent did you contribute to this book? i know that you're a coauthor but what is your particular content area? >> well, terry grossman here, and ray and i established a relationship a number of years ago and i became ray's personal physician and in the course of our conversations with one another, we created a compendium information that we decideded to codi
from india brings los angeles investigators to the bay area, how the void got left behind. >> and a monster machine breaking ground tonight beneath san francisco bay. it's a story you'll see only on 7. >>> this is the first ontime budget since i've been governor. >> governor brown signs a new state budget into law that is balanced which with huge spending cuts in the hope more money will come n good evening, everyone. >> california beats the clock with a budget in place at midnight. first time in five years. governor brown signed the $86 billion plan into law today. he and his fellow democrats had wanted to ask voters to extend a series of expiring hikes but failed to get two republicans in each house to support that plan.
, north carolina. >>> in eastern india a snarling leopard terrorized an entire village mauling 11 people before it was cornered and killed. take a look at this video here. wildlife officials armed with batons and tranquilizer guns were virtually helpleses agains this cat. at one point the cat jumped into the air and tackled a man knocking him off a wall. they finally got the upper hand beating it back with knives, sticks and stones. >> scary video, wow. >>> the search continues for the bodies of three young tourists swept over a 300-foot waterfall at yosemite. witnesses say they had climbed over the guardrail to take pictures. a man and woman slipped into the water first then another man fell in while trying to save them. all three were college students visiting with their church group. >>> an equally scary spill into rushing waters near niagara fall had a happier ending though. a woman hikikg near whirlpool park reachedown to touch the swirling water and fell in. she disappeared underwater but resurfaced and a tour boat tour pulled her out. she was unconscious but then she was revived b
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